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From "Fredrik Andersson" <anders...@r2m.se>
Subject Re: Migration problem, Windows to Linux
Date Wed, 05 Jul 2006 13:49:25 GMT
Do you know the syntax? is it something like encoding="<encoding
standard>"?

Den 7/5/2006, skrev "Jeffrey E Care" <carej@us.ibm.com>:

>You should be able to set the encoding javac uses to read your files; that 
>would only require updating your build.xml.
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>Jeffrey E. (Jeff) Care 
>carej@us.ibm.com 
>IBM WebSphere Application Server Development 
>WAS Pyxis Lead Release Engineer 
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>"Fredrik Andersson" <andersson@r2m.se> 
>07/05/2006 09:34 AM
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>Hi
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>It turned out that my JAVA_HOME variabel was not set. I pointed it to my
>Java 5.0 installation and now it spews out a ton of these messages.
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>[javac]
>/root/smc_projekt/Application/src/java/nu/absmc/action/ForsenadeController.java:10:
>warning: unmappable character for encoding UTF8
>    [javac]  * Controller class for the F�rsenade portlet.
>    [javac]                              ^
>    [javac]
>/root/smc_projekt/Application/src/java/nu/absmc/action/ForsenadeController.java:38:
>warning: unmappable character for encoding UTF8
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>Seems to be a problem with the swedish chars. Can I fix this in a simple
>way or do I have to edit and save all file over and over?
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>Den 7/5/2006, skrev "Petar Tahchiev" <paranoiabla@gmail.com>:
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>>On 05/07/06, Fredrik Andersson <andersson@r2m.se> wrote:
>>> Hi all
>>>
>>> I'm currently trying to migrate a J2EE project from a Windows platform
>>> to a Linux platform.
>>>
>>> I have cofigured the build.xml file accordingly to my setup on the 
>linux
>>> platform. I have the same java setup on the linux server but when I try
>>> to compile I get the following messages from ant.
>>>
>>> [javac] Compiling 81 source files to
>>> /root/smc_projekt/ant/war/WEB-INF/classes
>>>     [javac] error: IO exception sun.io.MalformedInputException
>>>     [javac]
>>> 
>/root/smc_projekt/Application/src/java/nu/absmc/action/LanguageController.java:67:
>>> illegal character: \64
>>>     [javac]     @Override
>>>     [javac]         ^
>>>     [javac]
>>> 
>/root/smc_projekt/Application/src/java/nu/absmc/action/LanguageController.java:76:
>>> illegal character: \64
>>>     [javac]     @Override
>>>     [javac]         ^
>>>     [javac]
>>> 
>/root/smc_projekt/Application/src/java/nu/absmc/action/LanguageController.java:81:
>>> <identifier> expected
>>>     [javac]
>>>     [javac] ^
>>>     [javac] error: IO exception sun.io.MalformedInputException
>>>     [javac] error: IO exception sun.io.MalformedInputException
>>>     [javac] error: IO exception sun.io.MalformedInputException
>>>     [javac] error: IO exception sun.io.MalformedInputException
>>>     [javac]
>>> 
>/root/smc_projekt/Application/src/java/nu/absmc/type/LanguageBean.java:91:
>>> illegal character: \64
>>>     [javac]     @Override
>>>     [javac]         ^
>>>     [javac]
>>> 
>/root/smc_projekt/Application/src/java/nu/absmc/type/LanguageBean.java:103:
>>> <identifier> expected
>>>     [javac] ^
>>>     [javac] 10 errors
>>>
>>>
>>> Now these are files that compiles perfectly on windows. What can be the
>>> source of the problem? I'm clueless.
>>>
>>> Thanks in advance =)
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>>As I see (from the @Override and <Identifier> clauses) your source
>>code is written in Java 1.5. And the compiler is complaining because
>>he does not identify those clauses. First of all you should check your
>>$JAVA_HOME to see what version of javac you are using. Also you could
>>specify the
>>source="1.5" directive to the javac task.
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>>Please try these and repost to tell us if those had any effect. In
>>addition to post here what $JAVA_HOME env variable you have.
>>
>>Hope that helps.
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>>--
>>Regards, Petar!
>>Karlovo, Bulgaria.
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